Rachel Rochat ’91
Athlete Has Eye On Olympic Gold. Rachel Rochat proved her skills in ice hockey, soccer, and softball as a pivotal member of each team. She played soccer and softball for four years and earned four varsity letters. Rachel also played ice hockey for two seasons on the boy’s team and earned two varsity letters. As a member of the softball team, Rachel made first team All-County, first team Coaches All-State Prep, and first team All-State Prep. In addition to being an outstanding defensive player, Rachel had an unprecedented .500 batting average in 1989 and an impressive .393 batting average in 1990. Rachel and her 1988 soccer team earned Private School All-Star, second team. Again in 1990 the team earned Private School All-Star, but this time as first team. After graduating from Pingry, Rachel attended Dartmouth College where she lettered in both softball and ice hockey. Her ice hockey team received the honors as Ivy League champs twice. Rachel played ice hockey for five years in Switzerland and won four Swiss Championships. She won a championship in 2002 with Chesapeake Bay Lightning. She is currently a member of the Swiss National team, which upset the Chinese team to qualify for the 2006 Olympics in Italy.